8 December 2009

More Cashmere Love

Another outfit based around one of my cashmere purchases of late - the dark chocolate brown cardigan. It is worn over a Loes Hinse Bianca top, made from an onionskin knit with an all over beige and dark brown floral pattern on a terracotta background from Textile Studio (which sadly no longer sells fabric). The pants are my TNT favs - the Loes Hinse Hepburns. The fabric is a brown and orange herringbone RPL from Timmel Fabrics, another of my favourite stores that is now closed down.

The finishing touches are a pair of funky striped knee socks and a pair of caramel coloured leather Clarks double strap mary janes.

This was a comfortable, yet pulled together casual look for work.

13 comments:

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

Great looking outfit!

KID, MD said...

Beautiful! The printed top under the cardigan really sets off the dark brown. I love the fun socks.

Carolyn (cmarie12) said...

You are looking good in your outfit especially those Hepburns!

JenSA said...

I love the outfit...the extra touches like your skittles manicure and stripey socks are fun too.

Sheila said...

Great outfit and agree its perfect for work.

equatorcollection said...

I started typing and saw that I was going to say the same thing that JenSA has said. I love how those little details add to this outfit.

I am loving also that these pieces, separately, seem to be easy to mix and match around in a wardrobe.

Sher said...

I love cashmere and with I owned more of it. Love those pants! They look great on you!

Eugenia said...

Lovely outfit - I particularly like those beautiful pants, what a great shape!

Teddylyn said...

You look great in those colors--and the whole ensemble just goes together so nicely. Love it!

Lynda in LV

Carol said...

What a gorgeous outfit. Just half an hour ago I bought a piece of fabric that would work with this outfit. It was labelled 'tea dyed muslin' and the colour is called 'bean'. It's a pale milky chocolate (the colour of Milka chocolate if you have ever seen that brand). Don't know what I'm going to make with it, but it would match your wardrobe beautifully!

Little Sewing Alcove said...

You always look so nice!! and, I'm very happy to hear that Simon is doing well...

Trudy Callan said...

Looks awesome. I love the look of the printed top peaking out from underneath.

gaylen said...

Wow! I love how you put outfits together. Gotta go blow up the photo to see if I can see the socks. :) g